Andy Houston is a veteran of the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, scoring three wins.
20 Facts About Andy Houston
Andy Houston is the cousin of former team owner Teresa Earnhardt.
Andy Houston has raced in the Winston Cup Series and the Busch Series.
Andy Houston won Hickory Motor Speedway's Late Model Championship in 1994, and, in 1996, he won the Goody's Dash Series Most Popular Driver Award.
Andy Houston began the year 2001 well with a ninth-place qualifying effort at the Daytona 500 in the No 96 McDonald's-sponsored Ford.
Andy Houston has not returned to the Cup Series since.
Andy Houston made his Busch Series debut in 1996 driving the No 0 Suburban Propane Ford at Indianapolis Raceway Park.
Andy Houston would start the race in the 21st position and finish in the 24th position, five laps down.
Andy Houston returned to the series in 1998 to make another start this time at Hickory Motor Speedway in the No 50 Dr Pepper Ford.
Andy Houston would start the race in 7th and finish in the 20th position.
In 2000, Andy Houston made one start for Team SABCO and brought the No 82 Channellock Chevrolet home in the 36th position at the Milwaukee Mile.
Andy Houston's best finish with the team was a 9th at Daytona.
In 1997, Andy Houston made his first Craftsman Truck Series start with Addington Racing.
Andy Houston would compete in four races for the team with a best finish of 11th at Martinsville.
Andy Houston would have a solid year winning his first race at New Hampshire International Speedway and posting 9 top tens, while finishing 12th in points.
Andy Houston again returned to Addington Racing for the 1999 season and he scored 14 top tens with an 8th-place finish in points.
Andy Houston returned to the series in 2002 with Melling Racing where he ran one race at South Boston Speedway.
In 2003, Andy Houston was still running races for Billy Ballew and Nelly when Vokal became his primary sponsor, until Billy ran out of money to run two trucks.
Andy Houston's best finish with the team that year was a 7th at Dover.
Andy Houston announced in November 2019 on Twitter that he would spot for Cole Custer for the 2020 season in Custer's rookie campaign.